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This Day is Published, - John Trenchard, A Collection of Tracts, vol. I 
A Collection of Tracts. By the Late John Trenchard, Esq; and Thomas Gordon, Esq; The First Volume. (London: F. Cogan, 1751).
Part of: A Collection of Tracts, 2 vols.
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This Day is Published,
Lord SOMERS Third Collection of Tracts, 4 Vols.In which are inserted among many other Valuable Tracts.
A Discourse of the most Illustrious Prince Henry, late Prince of Wales, written 1626. by Sir Charles Cornwallis, Knt. sometime Treasurer of his Highness's House.
A Report of the Truth of the Fight about the Isles of Azores, the last of August 1599. betwixt the Revenge, one of Her Majesty’s Ships commanded by Sir Richard Granville, Vice Admiral, and an Admiral of the King of Spain, penned by Sir Walter Raleigh.
A Letter sent from the Earl of Strafford to his Lady in Ireland a little before his Death, May 11. 1641.
Mr. St. John’s Speech or Argument in Parliament, whether a Man may be a Judge and Witness in the same Cause: By way of Preface I shall return a Distinction between a doubtful and scrupulous Conscience, 1641.
A worthy Speech spoken in Parliament by Mr. Pym, concerning evil Counsellors about his Majesty; also manifesting the particular Advantages that would redound to this Kingdom if the said evil Counsellors were removed from about his Majesty, 1642.
Advertisements concerning the Impeachment of the Queen’s Majesty of high Treason, by the prevailing Party of Lords and Commons which remains at Westminster, May 23, 1643.
An Act of the House of Commons for the Prosecution, and the Manner of Proclaiming the Tryal of the King, 1648.
His Majesty’s Reasons for Executing Sir Walter Raleigh, 1618.
Duke Hamilton Earl of Cambridge in his Case spoken to and argued on the Behalf of the Commonwealth before the High Court of Justice. By Mr. Steel of Grays-Inn, 1649.
A brief Relation of Sir W. Raleigh’s Troubles, with the taking away of the Lands and Castles of Sherborne. Presented to the House of Commons, 1659.
Father la Chaise’s Project for the Extirpation of Hereticks.
An Account of Queen Mary’s Method for introducing Popery, and procuring a Parliament to confirm it.
A Short and Sure Method for the Extirpation of Popery in the Space of a few Years, by a Person of Quality, 1670.
Humanum est Errare, or, False Steps on both Sides, 1680.
A Melius Inquirendum into the Birth of the Prince of Wales; or an Account of the several Depositions and Arguments Pro and Con, and the final Decision of that Affair by the Grand Inquest of Europe: Being a Supplement to the Depositions published by Authority, 1689.
Proposals tendered to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament for uniting the Protestant Interest, and preventing Divisions for the future. Together with the Declaration of King Charles II. concerning Ecclesiastical Affairs, &c.
Some Proposals of Terms of Union between the Church of England and the Dissenters, by Dr. Sherlock, 1689.
The Memorial of the State of England, in Vindication of the Queen, the Church, and the Administration: design’d to rectify the mutual Mistakes of Protestants, and to unite their Affections in Defence of our Religion and Liberty. By the E. of Nottingham, 1705.
English Advice to the Freeholders of England, by Dr. Atterbury, 1714.
Ditto, in Answer to the above.
Her Majesty’s Reasons for Creating the Electoral Prince of Hanover, a Peer of this Realm, 1712,
A Secret History of one Year, by Robert Walpole, Esq; 1714.